UK - Anite Group, an IT services business has appointed employee benefits provider Gissings to provide full services support for its group personal pension, group life and healthcare plans.
Anite provides consultancy and services to finance, telecommunications, travel industry and public sector markets. It employs more than 1000 people in the UK, Germany, France and Benelux.
Neil Bass, group financial controller of Anite Group, said: “As we expanded our operations in the UK and Europe, we decided we needed a firm that offers one point of contact for all our benefits needs. Gissings meets those requirements.”
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